While I was out on bail, my ex has accused me of violating the restraining order by going by her house and sending a message on face book. I have an ankle monitor on, so they know exactly where I am at all times, but they are not even looking into that.
The court could order a forfeiture of your bond for commiting a new offense.
This answer is generally how a lawyer would go about handling a termination of probation hearing. It is not a guarantee that a Court will terminate your probation and does not create a attorney/client relationship between us.
Generally a revoked bond means that they will want to rearrest you on the charges. It usually does not mean they will forfeit the bond (that is , they will probably not go after the bond money as long as you do not flee). If your ankle monitor can demonstrate that you did not violate your conditions of release, you may be able to get your bond reinstated.
No you don't lose the $45,000 for the bail bond company would be the one that would be responsible for that , if you willfully did not appear for court hearing. But you obviously would not be getting your 10% or $4,500 back. If the bond is ever reinstated, your bondsman can choose to post it again for you, without asking you for an additional 10%. Hope that helps.
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